Air China careers
Air China is the national flag carrier and one of the biggest airlines in China. The airline is based in Beijing, where its hub, Beijing Capital International Airport is also located. Air China also operates from a hub in Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport. In 2017, the airline carried over 102 million passengers, making it one of the busiest airlines of the year. As of 2019, Air China has 413 aircraft in its fleet, with an average age of 7 years. Air China’s fleet consists of various Airbus and Boeing aircraft. The airline has also ordered the Comac C919, manufactured by the Chinese company Comac. Deliveries of the new Chinese aircraft are expected to start in 2021. Air China serves over 190 destinations all around the globe with more destinations available via Star Alliance, which the carrier is a part of since 2007. Air China’s brand is estimated to be worth more than any other Chinese airline brand. The airline’s main goal currently is to become an internationally known airline and it is prepared to compete with other major airlines in the world. Just recently it opened up new destinations throughout Africa, North America and Europe. A career in Air China means an opportunity to travel all around the world! Air China was also the first airline in China to offer Wi-Fi services onboard its planes, attributing to the carrier’s move to innovate in all aspects of their business. Air China’s logo is a phoenix, which is a symbol of luck and happiness in Chinese culture. The logo is interpreted also as VIP, pointing out the fact that the airline offers excellent customer service. Career options at Air China are available for Pilots, Cabin Crew, and Engineers. Apply now and join one of the biggest, yet still growing airlines in the world!
Air China bases
|Air China bases|
|1.||Beijing Capital International Airport||China|
|2.||Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport||China|
|3.||Shanghai Pudong International Airport||China|
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Air China fleet
|Air China fleet|
|10.||Boeing 737 MAX 8||11|